Do you use Pic Collage? | Help Me Decide: Should I Upgrade to Remove Watermarks?

Why & How I use Pic Collage

I use Pic Collage to create quick designs that I can post on social media (primarily for Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook). Most of the graphics that I design are a celebration of the beauty and gift of books. Marking a book’s release date, celebrating a favorite author, or highlighting a specific page or quote from a book.

Should I Upgrade?

Pic Collage is free but there is always an option below each image I create that gives me a chance to remove the watermark. I haven’t done this yet and I am trying to decide if it is worth doing. Is there even a one-time fee you can pay that will remove the watermark for good? If so, what is the fee? I’ve clicked on the “remove watermark and ads” button before but 1) I wasn’t sure if it meant remove the watermark for good or just for that image and 2) I didn’t want to add my credit card payment without first having that question answered. I completed the contact form to ask that very question but in the meantime, I thought it would be interesting to hear from you about your experience.

In the spirit of trying to get better at some of the presentation methods I ask my students to use, I used Loom to create a video that takes you through my process and asks you a few questions along the way that might just help me make my final decision. I made some mistakes but I chose to leave the video as is so you can laugh with me and appreciate my learning process. Thanks as always for stopping by.

 

Slideshow of Pic Collages I Made to Celebrate Books

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So what do you think?

Now that you’ve seen my gallery of work with the Pic Collage watermark. Is it worth removing? Have you removed the watermark yet?

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